The man who defends more than Manchester United’s Harry Maquire is back to defend President Akufo Addo and the current NPP government. He urges Ghanaians to commend the NPP government for successfully managing the economy well.
Speaking on his regular Good evening Ghana on Metro Tv, Paul Otchere Adom said:
We can’t stop a crisis from coming. How we judge you is how you manage the crisis. That is very important. We have major issues. The cedi is the worst-performing currency after that of Sri Lanka. In that process, the government has paid for COLA. The government is feeding students. The schools are still being fed, and the government is paying the school fees of students. All of these government payments are going on in a period of such severe economic crisis, “
“We must pause and consider whether the economic managers are doing something right. In an unstable situation, the government has kept the lights on and the roads are being repaired. We are all suffering, so it’s very easy to overlook this. NHIS has been expanded to include cancer treatment for children. You have to give them credit. ” There was no crisis from 2013 to 2015, but now we have this massive crisis, and our lights are still on. Nurses and doctors are being employed, and teachers are being paid. “